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ipconfig /flushdns now requires elevation? Customers had started to report that ipconfig /flushdns now requires Local Administrator rights. The requested operation requires elevation. Not all customers are seeing that though. (Microsoft has gone and changed something. Not sure what yet.)How do I get rid of the requested operation requires elevation?
Close the command prompt prompt Window Search command prompt, then right-click it and select Run as administrator. When command prompt opens with administrator privileges, run the program. “The Requested Operation Requires Elevation” message should be gone.Why does the requested operation requires elevation message appear in PowerShell?
Here are some of the reasons you may receive “The Requested Operation Requires Elevation” message, it may be that: You are trying to run a command from cmd but the command needs to be run as an administrator Your folder permissions are not properly set.Do I have to use the DNS server provided by my ISP?
As far as your DNS server is concerned, you do not have to use the one supplied by your ISP. Set the router's primary and secondary DNS to any known good DNS server, preferably a minimum number of hops from your IP address.